You say potato, I say give us a full #WillandGrace revival! In the wake of its recent web-based reunion, rumor has it that NBC is in talks to give the multi-Emmy award winning show a full Season-length renewal and frankly, we couldn't be happier.
As one of the most forward-thinking shows of the late '90s, Will & Grace gave members of the LGBT community an on-screen representation the like of which they'd not really seen before. It also gifted us with the character of Karen Walker, undisputed kween of the sassy one-liner.
With NBC currently in early talks with the Series creators, Max Mutchnick and David Kohan along with sitcom stars #EricMcCormack, #DebraMessing, #MeganMulally and #SeanHayes, we are eagerly awaiting news revealing just when these highly anticipated Episodes are likely to air.
The Presidential Comeback
Giving us only a ten minute taster of what a potential Will & Grace reunion could look like, the cast and crew came together to create an election related one-off Episode and unsurprisingly, the only Trump supporter among them was "shoulda coulda prada" loving Karen.
Talking to the Hollywood Reporter however, McCormack who plays gay lawyer Will Truman on the show, said that whoever you're backing isn't the important message of the ten minute skit, what matters is that people "just go out and vote."
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The Demand For A Full Will & Grace Reunion
After receiving a colossal amount of support, Debra Messing said after the Election reunion Episode went online that she would "never say never" to a potential full-blown Will & Grace revival. She also went on to cite the freeing nature of having multiple platforms to potentially broadcast from as being particularly attractive for the cast:
"I think that the logistics of all of our lives — there would just be way too many things to hammer out. But for something shorter-lived and maybe having the limitations of being on network TV lifted may give us a fun, fresh opportunity because we could be really, really naughty!"
McCormack echoed Messing's sentiments, also telling The Hollywood Reporter that:
"We're very proud of the series finale and the story that told of the break that friendships sometimes take. So to play with that and change that story and change our own stories in life, I'm sure we would all be open to talking about it."
And if that doesn't sound promising, I'm not sure what does.
Which of these immortal lines is Karen's best?
(Sources: The Hollywood Reporter)